News update 1st July

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July 1, 2009 by MMIT

Following a request from the EU, Google has agreed to delete source images used to create the blurred images shown on Street View.

Debatewise.com has introduced a wiki-inspired service for supporting group, or collaborative, revision of student work. Revisewise has been welcomed by some academics.

The University of Salford is to run a postgraduate course on social media, concentrating on the use and development of social media to mobilise and energise communities.

Orange’s latest Digital Media Review reveals a huge increase in the use of digital media.

An independent study of e-learning suggests that academics are slow to see the possibilities.

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The MmIT group is a CILIP special interest group concerned with the organisation, delivery and exploration of information through modern media including graphic forms, video and web based application. This blog contains news from the group and about multimedia information and technology in the library and information. For more information about MmIT see http://www.cilip.org.uk/about/special-interest-groups/multimedia-information-technology-group.

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